If we’re choosing top cricket books, the delightful tale of a rag-tag cricket team started by JM Barrie and inspiring Doyle and Wodehouse, would find space on the shelf
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The decision by Gordon Lewis to exonerate both Anderson and Jadeja has left many unanswered questions
Cricket is passing through tricky times, and setting precedents that allow scraps and disputes to fester might not be the best way forward
The batsmen are two of the brightest sparks, but with poor performances in England, will one or both of them lose their place in the side?
Prasanna and Kirmani were at their expansive best on an evening of fun and reminiscences
Exceptional sporting ability sets champions athletes apart, but that doesn’t mean all of them are fit to be role models
The genesis of some stunning team performances globally lies as much in the planning as in the personnel
Referee-bashing is the in thing; prudent use of technology will ensure that the men making the decisions are not in the news for all the wrong reasons
The two latest Test captains of Indian origin have entirely different challenges to contend with
The changes in India’s backroom staff will: